Monthly Archives: December 2020

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the team at OurSeniors.net Magazine

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We want to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday from all of us! Thank you for your support this year as a reader of the magazine. It has been a year that no one could have ever expected, but we are happy that things are already looking better for next year. We […]

A cookie recipe that is sure to make spirits bright

Christmas is just a few days away, which means most people are shopping for last-minute gifts, traveling to see loved ones, or simply staying home. No matter what your plan is, we think this cookie recipe is a great way to try something new, make something fun and colorful, and a way to make someone […]

Get a Free 30 Minute Consultation with Lawyer, Wendy Mara

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Some people are lucky enough to have a lawyer in their family that provides free advice on different family matters. As we get older, having a lawyer we can trust is important because issues come up that require an expert whether it be estate planning, family law or guardianship. Our friend and Approved Vendor, Wendy […]

Tips for Managing Your Home When Moving into Assisted Living

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Moving into an assisted living community is a beneficial decision for many seniors. If you notice common signs that you may need some support with your day-to-day routine, assisted living can help you maintain your independence and enjoy a higher quality of life. Before making the big move, take some time to research and tour […]

A One Family Practice has a new office location

A One Family Practice has announced the addition of a new location, which now means they have a total of four offices. The new location is 25 Palm Harbor Village Way, #2 Palm Coast, FL, which means they can serve patients in the Palm Coast area in addition to Deland, Ormond Beach and South Daytona. […]

Let’s Take a Moment to Remember the Attack on Pearl Harbor Today

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Today is Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, which is a reminder of the tragedy that happened this day in 1941. Franklin D. Roosevelt said it was “a date which will live in infamy” as the surprise attack by the Japanese Imperial Army caused more than 2,000 people to be killed. Four very important U.S. Navy battleships […]

Have you heard of “call captioning”? It may be what you need

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As we age, hearing becomes more difficult, especially over the phone. It is exhausting to ask someone to keep repeating themselves. Sometimes, having phone conversations doesn’t seem worth it and many even give up. Thankfully, those days can be over if you qualify for ClearCaptions. ClearCaptions is a certified captioning service through the FCC with […]